Week five; the heart takes its first beat. Week sixteen; the lungs take their first breath. Week twenty-three; the first movement is felt. To have the privilege to be part of this life-changing journey and a woman’s story is what inspires me to become a midwife. Pregnancy and birth are natural processes in which I believe all women are designed for and therefore capable of. As a midwife, I want to be able to empower women with knowledge and support to give them the pregnancy and birth they desire and to make it a positive experience. Witnessing the change in women from prenatal to labour to antenatal care is what attracts me to midwifery as I can form bonds and memories with people from a variety of different backgrounds and help them through
The motivation, passion, and the internal will to want to succeed in life has always dwelled within me, so ultimately, all I needed was to find what interest me in life. In the beginning, I found myself staring down the road of becoming a teacher or dental hygienist. At first the idea of becoming a teacher seemed like a prominent, and fulfilling job. I get to convey knowledge to groups of young individuals, I also get to work in a setting with other mature adults who share my passion, and I have the opportunity to work with children; but, ultimately, there was just one main component missing for me, and that was the hands-on aspect. I told myself that I wanted to be involved in a career that is very hands-on. That’s when I decided to make the
Relaxed in the dental chair with my dark glasses on, I had been prepped and was ready for my second surgery. My headphones played beautiful, calming classical music. A micro-current patch placed behind each of my ears would help to keep me in a relaxed state. I could taste the remnants of the orange flavored supplements used to promote the relaxation response. My biological dentist and his assistant talked in the background as we waited for the anesthetic to take effect. In this second surgery, I would have the two root canals removed from my front left tooth and the incisor tooth.
I began my undergraduate education at Colorado State University in 2004. I declared my major as Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. At this point in my life, I had no clue what I wanted to do for my career and thought this would be the best option and give me the most diversity of career options. Going into my sophomore year, I began a job in the emergency department at the hospital located in the college town. During my first day, I got to see a variety of emergent and non-emergent medical procedures. The level of care that the varying healthcare professionals provided to these patients was fascinating and became intrigued to a career path in the medical field. Over the next couple of years, I narrowed the possibility
In the passage, the speaker describes a doctor named McTeague who dreams of owning a successful dental parlor. Through the use of specific detail, syntax and juxtaposition, it is made evident that McTeague is a failure in his endeavours and the speaker pities the doctor.
When I walked in through the door of the dentist 's office, I was a little bit nervous. I had done my best to blend in with the staff who all wore black scrubs. The front desk receptionist, Priscilla, told me to take a seat and I eased into the cold, black, leather sofa. I fumbled with my fingers nervously as if I was a patient about to get a root canal. Eventually, Frankie, the dental hygienist who I was to shadow, walked in through the door beside the reception desk and lead me to her office. She was very warm and eager to teach me all about her craft. I learned a lot in the two days I worked with her. There was never a dull moment and I got to see so many different patients; patients of different backgrounds, ethnicities, age groups, and gender. All my initial fear was basically fear of what I was getting myself into. It was fear of the unknown. But that fear had quickly dissipated within the first hour of shadowing Frankie. I came to the conclusion that I was on the right path towards a career that was ideal for me.
Are you confused of what you want to be? Many people are confused of what to choose because they worry about many things at once. Some people are too busy with their family and didn't have the chance to become what they wanted. There is a career out there that will get you the training you need in just six-eight months. This career is Dental assistance. The good thing about dental assistant is that it's a fast growing field and you become one really fast. I'm really confused about becoming dental assistant or dental hygienist. Although dental hygiene is suitable for my age and the amount of free time I have. To contrast between dental hygiene and dental assistant, I will be talking about the three main ideas of these two fields. As a matter of fact, there are three main reasons to choose either of them and they are salary, work and schooling.
"There’s no easier way to share your story and attract support." is the GoFundMe slogan. Many people face unfortunate circumstances and tragic. These unfortunate situations, quite often need money for surgeries, burials or housing for reconstruction, closure, or repayment. Recipients redeemed from some losses endure their hardship forever remember the gracious of people from all walks of life who care.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the topic of whether or not a dental hygienist’s personal and social life should reflect on the profession itself. Some argue that once the work day ends, a dental hygienist no longer represents the dental hygiene profession. They do not feel that the actions of the healthcare professional outside of the workplace should represent the profession whatsoever. Others raise the argument that the actions of a dental hygienist away from work, should be reflective of their profession. They feel that when a hygienist leaves the dental clinic, they are still representing the healthcare professional community and that their actions outside of the workplace should always have an impact on the profession.
In the texts “How Doctors Die” by Ken Murray, M.D. and “The Dead Book” by Jane Churchon, they both show how they both care for their patients and hope they die peacefully. They both don’t really say that they care for their patients and hope they die peacefully, but their actions show it.
When people hear the word dentist, they immediately think of pain and, “how much is this going to cost me?” Most people tend to shy away from the dentist because of these factors. However, when it comes to Dr. Trakhtman and the staff at Rt1 Dental, they take dentistry above and beyond by ensuring patient needs and concerns. Dr. Trakhtman’s motivation stems from wanting to change peoples’ lives by providing an outlet where their cosmetic desires are met, as well as providing comfort and affordability.
No more excuses! The dentist is waiting. In this day and age there is really no excuse not to go to a dentist at least once a year. The preferred amount is only twice a year, and you should go. It is not that often. Every six months. It is
Shadowing was a great opportunity for me. It provides students a general overview about a certain career such as working conditions and nature of work. On the 14th of November, I shadowed Dr. Azhar Bustami, a dentist on 10043 E Adamo Dr, Tampa, FL 33619. Dr. Azhar was very welcoming and supportive. She tried her best with explaining the advantages and disadvantages of working as a dentist. I shadowed her for almost three hours. About one hour was spent on conversations about the dentistry and preparing the clinic for the coming patient, one hour for treating the patient and about another hour for responding to my comments and questions. At the time of the appointment, it was time to observe a cleaning process of the teeth cleaning called prophylaxis which is basically thorough cleaning of the teach using different tool and techniques. Before Dr.Azhar started working on the patient , she asked me to write down any
Ever since I was young, dentistry had sparked my interest for my career. Dentistry appeals to me chiefly because I had always wanted to be involved in a profession where I can help people. My love towards human biology especially human teeth also contributes to my career choice. Most importantly, I find human teeth interesting, often fascinating. Due to my compassionate nature, I have since long known that I would want to pursue dentistry as my career because I get to form relationships with my patients, work hand in hand with many people on a face to face basis. I would be lying if I say the high income wasn’t one of my reasons why did I choose dentistry, but on top of that, I get to satisfy the needs of every patient, help people ‘hands-on’,